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  4. CONSCRIPTION OR NOT?

    The Federal Cabinet has arrived at a decision in regard to the question of the defence of the Commonwealth, but as to whether that decision is in favor of conscription or not, no ...

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  5. A COUNCIL OF WAR

    Ferdinand: "For God's sake, Wilhelm, do something! say something!!" —By Racmakers, in Land and Water. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. EIGHT-MILE FORTRESS

    The Dally Mall correspondent states that Picardy is an eight-mile fortress extending from Thiepval to Ginchy. It has a great bastion at either end. ...

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  7. ILLAWARRA MINERS OPPOSED

    A delegate board meeting of the Illawarra Colliery Employees' Association was held to-day, at which the subject of conscription was discussed. A motion was carried requesting the ...

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  8. CEASE WORK

    An attempt is now being made to get a definite expression of opinion from all the labor unions in the State on the question of consciption. ...

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  9. RECENT GAINS HELD

    Sir Douglas Haig reports: "Machine guns drove back two parties who wore attempting to attack our trenches westward of Guinchy. ...

    Article : 452 words
  10. EAST FRONT

    A Russian communique states: The Germans emitted poison gas northward of the Lida-Molo-dechno railway station. Our advanced posts stopped an attack ...

    Article : 182 words
  11. BRITISH AIRSHIPS

    The Daily Express states that the new British Zeppelins have appeared off the Danish coast on patrol duty. They are said to have showed that they ...

    Article : 146 words
  12. THE BALKANS

    An Athens message states that the Serbians have begun a counter-offensive, and they are now attacking Borovitch. The French and Italians are co-operating ...

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  13. BIG ZEPPELIN RAID

    Another fleet of Zeppelins attempted to carry but a raid over the east coast of England on Friday night, and one of the raiders which came well inland reached the ...

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  14. LAST WARNING

    The New York Times, in an unmistakeably plainspoken leading article, tells Germany what to expect if she accedes to Admiral Von Tirpitz's clamor for the resumption of the ...

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  15. MISSING BREMEN

    The News Association sends an interview with an unnamed British captain who has arrived here from Britain, in which the supposed seizure of the super-submarine Bremen is ...

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  16. COMPULSORY DRILL

    The action of the military' authorities in calling up the citizens forces for compulsory training in likely to cause a serious position in connection with the coal-mining industry. ...

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  17. NEUTRAL TRADE

    The exports for July amounted to 446,000,000 dollars (about £89,200,000), and the imports during the same period to 183,000,000 dollars (about £36,000,000). These figures are a ...

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  18. NO ALTERNATIVE!

    Bishop Druitt, speaking at the Anglican Synod of the response of the North Coast to the call of the Empire, said that the population of the diocese was over 100,000. The fighting force ...

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  19. IRISH SHOOTING

    At the inquiry to-day into the death of Sheehy Skeffington, MacIntyre, and Dickson, which was opened in Dublin on Wednesday, Mr. Tim Healy, M.P., delivered an address on ...

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  20. ON THE RUN

    The Russians are advancing along the whole of the front in Asia Minor. The Turks have evacuated Bitlis, west of Lake Van. A Russian communique states: Our ...

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  21. EAST AFRICA

    It is officially announced that on the morning of the 21st General Van der Venter attacked the Germans at Kilossa. The fighting continued all day long. ...

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  22. PRICE OF PAPER

    With a view of checking the rising price of printing paper. Senator Hitchcock has proposed an amendment providing for a rapidly increasing tax on a sliding scale when the price ...

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